Rugby

All Blacks Took Time Out From Celebrations To Send Message To Cork School

All Blacks Took Time Out From Celebrations To Send Message To Cork School

The New Zealand rugby team had every right to be in high spirits after they secured back to back World Cups on Sunday.

We already saw how Sonny Bill Williams was in a generous mood, giving away his winners medal, and it seems he wasn't the only All Black keen to help out.

Shortly after the game two of New Zealand's try scoring heroes Nehe Milner-Skudder and Beauden Barrett took to social media to pledge their support to Bandon Grammar school for their upcoming rugby season.

The two World Cup winners posted a picture together holding up a message of support for the Cork school.

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The pair were approached by the father of one of the Bandon players and were more than happy to pledge their support.

Bandon will be hoping the message works in their favour as they have never won the Munster Schools cup.

[Independent]

Jeremy Fullam

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